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Many verbs can be followed by two objects - an indirect object and a direct object. The indirect object usually refers to a person and the direct object usually refers to a thing. Two structures are possible.
Both these structures can be made passive.
Another example is given below.
Common verbs that are followed by two objects include give, send, show, lend, pay, promise, refuse, tell and offer.
|Category: Active and passive voice | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-01-07)|
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